Writing is essential to learning. One cannot be educated and yet unable to communicate one's ideas in written form. But, learning to write can occur only through a process of cultivation requiring intellectual discipline. As with any set of complex skills, there are fundamentals of writing that must be internalized and then applied using one's thinking. This guide focuses on the most important of those fundamentals.Use the following structure: 1. ... Express an important problem that exists because of one conflict between the ideas you have selected. 3. ... Consider the following example: Note that in this example we use a reference to support our thesis. 1.
|Title||:||The Thinker's Guide to how to Write a Paragraph|
|Author||:||Richard Paul, Linda Elder|
|Publisher||:||Foundation Critical Thinking - 2006|